This presentation will cover the nuts and bolts of what we look for in a high-quality, systematic review and meta-analysis, beginning with a focused research question that helps the reader understand why we need this paper. We’ll also cover study selection, inclusion/exclusion criteria, search strategies, and touch on some of the pitfalls that may weaken your conclusions such as bias and heterogeneity. See more here. (Source: Carapinha & Company, 9/13/16)
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